University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterIrish writer Elizabeth Bowen brought a painter's sensitivity to her creative writing, incorporating her memories and experiences into short stories and novels. Her collection is composed largely of works and correspondence and reflects Bowen's long and productive literary career. A small number of legal and financial papers are also present.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThis collection contains letters, documents, and photographs related to the Dreyfus Affair. Correspondents of note include George Clemenceau, Alfred Dreyfus, Ferdinand Labori, Auguste Mercier, Georges Picquart, and Joseph Reinach. Documents include the text of the Bordereau ; Forzinetti's communications with the military command regarding the incarceration and treatment of Dreyfus; Emile Zola's article J'Accuse ; a copy of Dreyfus's compilation of letters to his wife, Lettres D'un Innocent ; and correspondence of the subsequent generation. Photographic images include a police photograph of Dreyfus taken after his degradation ceremony, and portraits of Georges-Marie Picquart, Emile Zola, and Alfred Dreyfus.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterHandwritten and typescript manuscripts of short stories, essays, and novels, correspondence, and musical compositions make up the bulk of the collection.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe Harris collection is composed of personal correspondence to and from Harris, as well as manuscripts, legal documents, account books, and financial papers. Also present are a number of lists, notes, interviews, and personal papers. The collection contains works and correspondence written by people associated with Harris.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe Carlton Lake Collection of Manuscripts encompasses a large number of mostly French manuscript and printed musical works from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with particular emphasis on such early twentieth-century classical composers as Debussy, Dukas, Faurx00E9;, Ravel, and Roussel.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterHolograph manuscripts and typescripts of working and finished versions of plays, essays, correspondence, and financial and legal records are all represented in this collection. Diaries, scrapbooks, materials accumulated by Shaw's wife, and drafts of articles and books written about the Nobel Prize winning Irish journalist and playwright are also present. The bulk of the materials reflect many of Shaw's most popular works, including Candida (1894), Pygmalion (1912), and Saint Joan (1923).Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterFor over six decades, Carlton Lake acquired approximately 350,000 French literary materials, including manuscripts, photographs, works of art, broadsides, galleys, musical scores, and others. The majority of the papers represent French writers, musicians, and artists of the late 19th and early 20th century, though included are earlier materials, such as letters from the era of Napoleon. While the majority of the materials are written in the French language, English, German, Russian, and Spanish language materials also appear.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe collection includes correspondence, offprints, clippings, typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, tearsheets, drawings, computer printouts and program sheets, holograph notes and drafts, notebooks, and academic papers documenting Hugh Kenner's career as a critic, scholar, and educator. Subjects include Kenner's numerous published works on Ezra Pound, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Buckminster Fuller, mathematics, computing, poetry and literature in general.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe collection consists of Corso's holograph and typescript poems, untitled works, essays, and reviews, working notebooks containing drafts of poems, prose works and sketches, and correspondence. Poems of particular interest include sections of The Geometric Poem, a proof copy of Selected Poems , and two versions of Way-Out: A Poem in Discord. Correspondence includes letters from Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, and Peter Orlovsky.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterHolograph and typescript works and correspondence from friends and associates make up the majority of the papers, supplemented by letters and diaries by Johnson and works and correspondence by other authors.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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